--- Comment #9 from Earl Ruby <eruby(a)knowledgematters.net> 2013-06-14 17:49:20 UTC
I can install manually with no issues.
I do not know if Plymouth is working or not. It's a bootsplash screen. Why it
needs to run as a "service" I have no idea. That makes no sense to me. If I
check systemctl it shows this:
# systemctl status plymouth-start.service
Loaded: error (Reason: No such file or directory)
Active: inactive (dead)
The machine is headless, and I'm kicking off PXEboot via the serial console, so
I have no use for a graphical boot screen and couldn't tell you what the screen
I only mentioned it because plymouth-start.service is listed as a dependency in
/usr/lib/systemd/system/YaST2-Second-Stage.service, and when I checked
"systemctl status" on the other dependencies they were all fine, only
plymouth-start.service showed a failure.
If a dependency fails in systemd then I'd suspect that that might be a reason
why YaST2-Second-Stage.service did not start. However, I manually deleted the
dependency and rebooted, and the second stage still did not start.
Do you have any suggestions for what I should try next?
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